Canadian Indo-Pak band naQsh has made an official announcement regarding the release of their upcoming music video Kaka. The band has confirmed that the video, which is the last single from their debut album Saptak, will be officially released on 18th April’18.
The music video was shot in Canada a few weeks back. It has been directed by Herado Films. The teaser of the video features the band in a funky retro look, and has an upbeat energetic theme which is in line with the mood of the song. Kaka is a pop-rock youth anthem, which stays true to naQsh’s organic sound while putting a surprising fun flare on the overall song.
Speaking about the concept behind the song and video of Kaka, lead vocalist of naQsh Daksh Kubba said, “There are so many international students here from Pakistan and India and we all know the feeling of staying away from home, missing our family, doing our own laundry and making our own food because we have been spoiled by our mothers until now ☺ This tells you about the college life as we go through it, the friends, the relationships, the breakups. Lyrically it’s probably one of our best works yet.”
Saptak is available for downloading worldwide on iTunes, while Pakistan based fans can download it from www.taazi.com
iTunes download link for Saptak – http://bit.ly/saptak
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naQsh has been creating socially relevant and soul-stirring music since 2007.Their eclectic sound comes from the band’s diverse background and experiences. The Vancouver-based band members originate from Pakistan and India. Their inspirations range from artists such as Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, to Pink Floyd, Led Zeplin, and U2. naQsh epitomizes the depth of their roots, communicated in moody rock and West Coast Canadian style. “Through our music we hope to touch hearts, inspire and create spaces for people to come together and be united in humility and love.” – Daksh